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    Hello everyone,
    Nice to see you, I have one question for all of you who can help me something.I am now year 10, it's nearly my GCSEs and I am getting a bit nervous with every day, that is why I decided to ask you all because I know that many of you just had their exams and their grades probably. My question is that i am looking for extra things like worksheets, books and many other things that can help me in year 11. I know that we all are friends and is good to help each other so can you please tell which books should I buy and not only for maths, they can be for all subject you can also tell me websites, so I can found some worksheets which would help me. Thank you for your time and I am waiting for your answers!
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    (Original post by IvanaHr;[url="tel:67416646")
    67416646[/url]]Hello everyone,
    Nice to see you, I have one question for all of you who can help me something.I am now year 10, it's nearly my GCSEs and I am getting a bit nervous with every day, that is why I decided to ask you all because I know that many of you just had their exams and their grades probably. My question is that i am looking for extra things like worksheets, books and many other things that can help me in year 11. I know that we all are friends and is good to help each other so can you please tell which books should I buy and not only for maths, they can be for all subject you can also tell me websites, so I can found some worksheets which would help me. Thank you for your time and I am waiting for your answers!
    Honestly mate, the best thing you should do is use past papers from your exam board. I remember doing Further Maths GCSE and i found the lessons boring - so i was set-up to fail. However, i wanted to do well, so i went through the past papers that were available to me. Because of that, i got an A aswell as in normal maths.
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    (Original post by leadheadsmith)
    Honestly mate, the best thing you should do is use past papers from your exam board. I remember doing Further Maths GCSE and i found the lessons boring - so i was set-up to fail. However, i wanted to do well, so i went through the past papers that were available to me. Because of that, i got an A aswell as in normal maths.
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    The CGP books for Maths and other respective subjects are quite good.

    If you type in "GCSE ___ (subject) past exam papers ___ (exam board)", you will find a trillion past papers, both real and made.
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    (Original post by Fractite)
    The CGP books for Maths and other respective subjects are quite good.

    If you type in "GCSE ___ (subject) past exam papers ___ (exam board)", you will find a trillion past papers, both real and made.
    Thank you very much, I am actually more looking for books that exams because I have done most of them, but your answer is really helpful.Thank you!
 
 
 
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